In its fifth year, Gaeilge sa Chlub offers GAA club members from across the nine counties of Ulster, an opportunity to receive a scholarship towards studying a Diploma in Irish Language with Ulster University.
This section contains the contact details for the Ulster Council Scór Committee and County delegates.
We have also included information on Ulster’s All-Ireland successes in Scór na nÓg and Scór Sinsear.
Ulster GAA have produced a booklet containing a comprehensive list of all the GAA clubs in Ulster, containing the full titles and other versions of their names, and their grounds’ names also, in both the Irish and English languages. In this section, you can download a copy of the entire booklet, or individual County sections.
The Irish Language Course was founded in Ros Goill in Donegal in 1960 under the auspices of the Ulster Council GAA, and has now grown to be one of the premier cultural events of our time.
This section contains a history of the course and some if its legendary characters, as well as details of this year’s course and the application form.
This section aims to equip GAA supporters, players and committee members with the vocabulary and phrases which are used commonly around the club, at matches, at important club and county events and in the signage in GAA premises.
It is hoped that, if GAA members learn a few phrases from this booklet each day, that their confidence and desire to use the language will increase.
Selection of audio clips containing Irish Language lessons for beginner and intermediate speakers, produced by Fermanagh Cultural Officer Tom Cullen.